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  1. I was wondering if anyone can help me. I am graduating grad school soon with a major in Speech-Language Pathology. I am looking to do my clinical fellowship year abroad in Australia; however, I need to be under the supervision of an SLP who is ASHA certified so that I can get my CCC. I contacted both ASHA and SPA but both organizations do not keep track of SLPs in Australia who are ASHA certified. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to find an SLP in Australia who is ASHA certified? I would greatly appreciate any information about this!
  2. Anyone know what happens if you attend a school that's a candidate for accreditation but their decision is in the middle of your study. For instance, they're not accredited yet, but are a candidate until 2020. My program will end in 2021. If they fail the review and don't obtain the accreditation, would my degree be useless? Could I take the praxis exam?
  3. Hi everyone! I have been a listening and spoken language teacher of the deaf for 5 years and absolutely love my job! I work closely with speech therapists in my current position, and am very interested in pursuing a degree in speech-language pathology in order to expand both my knowledge and career opportunities within the field. That being said, I feel rather intimidated by prerequisites (I already hold a masters in deaf education and may be able to transfer credits, but believe I would still have more classes to take), graduate school admissions, the GRE, and mostly the tuition and costs of graduate school. I was wondering if anyone has any graduate program suggestions, knows of scholarship opportunities that could apply to me, or just advice in general. Thank you in advance for your help!
  4. nnwhicker

    ASHA Student Volunteer

    Hey! I've applied for the student volunteer position at the ASHA convention for this year and I'm wondering if anyone else has done it before and do you know how long it takes for them to get back to us? I know they say before October 6th or something, but has anyone ever heard back sooner?? Thanks!
  5. Hi everyone, I'm currently an SLP undergraduate at a local CSU. I'm interested in applying to graduate school in California but want to know what experience, test scores, GPA, etc I should have to remain competitive. Has anyone gotten accepted to the CSUF, CSULB, or Chapman SLP Grad program? If so, what were your stats related to scores/gpa/experience? Any advice as well?
  6. Hi, everyone! I'm an out-of-field applicant who needs to complete a post-bacc program still yet, but I'm a bit confused about ASHA's requirements for non-related coursework in addition to each grad school's CSD prerequisites. While I know that many schools don't require these courses to be completed before beginning a post-bacc, I'd prefer to get them out of the way at a community college before signing up for an official post-bacc. Here are my questions: 1) Do I need to take chem AND physics courses? Or can I choose one? 2) Some schools list A&P instead of biology, but A&P isn't listed on ASHA's website as satisfying the biological science requirement. Should I plan to take A&P too? 4) Does anyone know if there are grade cut-offs or expiration dates for these courses? Would you recommend retaking the courses just for familiarity purposes? I graduated in 2016 with a B.S. in International Business and a B.A. in Spanish. I went to a liberal arts school, so I ended up taking one psych course and a stats course as well. My grades in both stats and psych were just OK. I'm sure that I could do well if I took the courses again, but I'd love to save the money if possible (especially if it's not necessary to have an A in both courses). Any advice would be appreciated!
  7. Hello, This is addressed to current and past students who have attended AND completed Eastern New Mexico's Masters of Communication Disorder's hybrid-program. If you have the same or similar questions please do not re-post question. If you have a different question addressed to this group feel free to add. Questions: What circumstances impacted your decision to attending ENMU? (i.e. family, affordability, distance, etc) How responsive are the faculty and the professors? If you had difficulty reaching them, what resources did you turn to? What was the most challenging aspect of the first semester? What were your thoughts on your practicum placements? If you were required to relocate, how far did you move? How do tests and finals work out? If you graduated, how prepared were you for your CF year and or your career as an SLP? Any other comments you may have on the program
  8. Hi all! Does anyone know whether we need to have achieved a minimum grade in the ASHA core courses (biological science, physical science, behavioral science and statistics)? In particular, I'm applying to NYU, New York Medical College (NYMC) and TC Columbia. Does anyone know if these schools have a cutoff grade for those ASHA courses? Thanks in advance!
  9. Hey guys! Does anyone know of an easy online Physical Science course? I'm not very good at science and want to complete my prereq this summer, prior to starting a Master's program in Fall 2018! Any help would be very very much appreciated!
  10. futureSLPhopefullylol

    I think ASHA EdFind was updated...

    So I had made tables of the stats from EdFind of schools I am interested in to help me decide which schools I should apply to. I made my initial list probably less than a month ago. However, I was checking EdFind today and noticed that all the stats for the schools I am applying to changed. I'm assuming this means EdFind was updated?! The stats i'm seeing listed now have, for the most part, much lower GRE score averages and higher acceptance rates. For example about a month ago I recorded these stats for Western Michigan: GRE- 154V 152Q 4AW GPA- 3.49-3.0 # of offers- 76 # of applications- 339 And now EdFind has these stats for Western Michigan: GRE- 150V 150Q 4AW GPA- 3.0-3.0 # of offers- 150 # of applications- 284 I'm a little confused on what to believe now! Does anyone know how often ASHA updates their EdFind? Because these are big changes (for ex. it changes WMU's acceptance rate from about 22% to now 52%)! Hopefully the stats on the site are more accurate now. Has anyone else noticed this?
  11. Hey everyone! I've been accepted to a school (Salus University) that is a "candidate for accreditation" because it is a brand new program. The admissions staff told me they will be fully accredited in a few years and graduating before they were accredited would not cause any issues in my future. However, i'm still worried. I don't want to encounter any problems getting certified because of their accreditation status. If anyone knows any info or goes/went to a school that was not yet accredited, please let me know!
  12. Just wanted thoughts on going to graduate in state at the same university as your undergraduate degree versus out of state (A LOT MORE EXPENSIVE). I've gotten some offers out of state at really good schools, but is it worth expensive tuition? I know that for my degree, it's only five semester. Three of those will be out of state tuition while the last two will be in state tuition.
  13. http://www.asha.org/advocacy/state/StateTeacherCredentialingRequirements/ Hi! Can someone explain this site to me please? This is for reciprocity, correct? Thanks.
  14. panadelias

    SLP Grad Student TO DO List

    I am a little OCD, but I hear that many people who choose to become SLP's are that way also! so I though you might like this check off list I made and I have already added everything to my calendar on my ipad, which syncs with my google calendar. Each university is different, so double check everything with information in your graduate student handbook. 1st year grad students: Fall 2011 BEFORE CLASSES START o Make sure your ASHA membership is current or become a new member o Buy a parking permit o Drop paper work off if you have a documented disability o Make sure your Tuberculosis (TB) test has been done within the last year o Network! These are valuable place to ask questions, receive tips, and have 24/7 SLP support · Join ASHA on Facebook · Join Dysphagia Therapy group on Facebook · Join slpeeps on twitter or Facebook· Join Pediatric and school based therapy group on Linked In o Bookmark these websites and read the articles monthly· The ASHA LEADER magazine· ASHAsphere blog During the semester o Ask about the student malpractice form and if you will need it this semester o Register & take 2 Praxis exams required by PDA (if not now, do this by next semester) · PPST Praxis I series: Reading #10710; Math 10730; Writing #20720· Praxis II #30511 Fundamental Subjects: Content Knowledge test When classes end o Track & document the acquisition of knowledge and skills on your own KASA copy. Your advisor will have an official copy, however it is smart to keep up with your own just in case the main document is lost or there are discrepancies. · What KASA? o Log your clinical practicum hours.· It is each student’s responsibility to maintain formal documentation of his or her earned clinical contact hours on or off campus. The form used for this purpose is different for each university. Ask your professors where you can obtain a form. Two copies of the form must be signed by the affiliation supervisor and by the student. One copy of the form must be retained by the student and another copy must be placed in the student’s academic file.Remember you must earn a total of 400 clock hours of clinical practicum in order to qualify for the M.A. degree and apply for their CCC’s. Up to 25 of these hours can be clinical observation hours earned during your undergrad degree and the other 375 must be earned in direct client/patient contact. Click here for more information about clinical practicum hours and go to page 4 o Update and post your resume. It may seem early to do this but recruiters are always looking and companies are desperate enough to snatch students up 2 years in advance 2nd year grad students: Fall 2011 BEFORE CLASSES o Make sure your ASHA membership is current o Buy a parking permit o Drop paper work off if you have a documented disability o Make sure your Tuberculosis (TB) test has been done within the last year o Complete 3 Clearances· Criminal History Record- link for PA· Child Abuse History – link for PA· FBI Clearance - link for PA During the semester fill out the student malpractice form When classes end o Track & document the acquisition of knowledge and skills on your own KASA copy. o Log your clinical practicum hours. o Update your resume, then resend it to companies that you have applied to or start applying for jobs now Read this article titled Making Sense of (and Choosing) the Best Settings and Terms for You Part 1 Part 2 click here to read more topics at my blog at MedSLP
  15. Here I have listed thing a 1st year and 2nd year student should have done before, during, and after classes. Each university is different, so double check everything with information in your graduate student handbook. All you need to know about clearences Praxis KASA clinical practicum hours applying for a job networking http://medslp.podbean.com/2011/08/14/slp-grad-student-to-do-list/
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